virtual MSO

VIDEO: Interview with Michael Willner, and "OTT and the Virtual MSO" at TVOT NYC 2014

[itvt] is pleased to present a video recording of 1) Rick Howe's (The iTV Doctor) keynote interview with Michael Willner, President and CEO of GreatLand Connections and Penthera, and 2) the TVOT session, "OTT and the Virtual MSO": Disintegration and Reintegration," which immediately followed it. The sessions were described in the show brochure as follows: Keynote Interview with Michael Willner, President and CEO of GreatLand Connections and Penthera Michael Willner , the newly appointed President...

Radio [itvt]: "The Refashioning of Pay-TV's Technology and Content Infrastructure" at TVOT NYC 2014

[itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of the TVOT NYC 2014 session, "The Refashioning of Pay-TV's Technology and Content Infrastructure." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:

"By most accounts, the past few months have been a rocky time for pay-TV: according to a recent report from Leichtman Research Group, for example, the 13 largest operators in the US (representing 95% of the market) lost 150,000...

The iTV Doctor Is In! The Shade Tree Mechanic Goes Over the Top

Dear Readers : My father was a brilliant chemical and mechanical engineer. When he bought a new 1964 Pontiac GTO, he was so curious about the engine that he took it apart and laid the pieces out on the garage floor. And when he put it back together, he didn't have any parts left over (a skill I never mastered...). But one thing Dad always talked about was the primary operating philosophy of the Shade Tree Mechanic: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." And for all of his life, and for most of mine, that philosophy has worked. Until now.

"The Virtual MSO" at The TV of Tomorrow Show 2014

[itvt] is pleased to present a video recording of the TVOT 2014 session, " The Virtual MSO ." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:

"For years the MSO's wouldn't play in each others' sandboxes. It was just too expensive to build a second physical plant, and the big guys didn't want to be limited to anything less than 100% market share. Then a few smaller guys (like...